FrontRunners: Depth Perception

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The new Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon Technique (www.greubelforsey.com) is the most stunning piece to date from Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey. An openwork dial and creative movement design provide a clear view of the watchmakers’ work. The base plate’s blackened chrome finish makes the watch appear deeper than it is, and four coaxially mounted winding barrels increase the internal space in the movement. Like all Greubel Forsey watches, the Technique has been scrupulously tested, so you can admire it for its performance as well as its looks.

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